Search for missing Warren woman heads back to metro Detroit

Investigators spent third day searching for Kimberly Dejohn in northeastern Lower Peninsula

By Shawn Ley - Reporter

WARREN, Mich. - The search for a missing Warren woman is heading back to metro Detroit after investigators spent a third day Saturday sending divers into a lake near Millersburg, near Rogers City up north.

However, Saturday's search showed no sign of 51-year-old Kimberly Dejohn.

Local 4 has received new video on the search that took place 250 miles from the scene of the crime.

A police boat is seen in the water, along with a diver under the surface of an inlet off Lake Wilson -- a small lake near the property belonging to the grandmother of Loyd Dejohn.

Loyd Dejohn is currently in jail on domestic violence charges. His wife, Kimberly Dejohn, has been missing since May 14.

The search for Kimberly Dejohn turned north this week after cadaver dogs hit on possible evidence inside the Dejohn home in Warren.

Loyd Dejohn had also allegedly been seen up north on his grandmother's property recently.

Police no longer consider this a missing person's case. They fear the worst has happened to the Warren woman, but after three days of searching the lake area, detectives told Local 4 the investigation is coming back to Warren.

Meanwhile, Loyd Dejohn is being held on a $500,000 bond.

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